Mary Trump's book breaks record with mammoth sales

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President Donald Trump's niece discussed his racism during a Thursday interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow. A federal judge ruled last month Bolton could publish his tell-book about his time in the White House.

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Most recently, she appeared with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow to charge that she had personally heard her uncle use racist language, specifically the "n-word" and "anti-Semitic slurs", though offered no other details about her alleged recollections.

Bob Woodward's 2018 Trump book "Fear: Trump in the White House" was Simon & Schuster's previous bestseller for presales with 750,000 copies of presales and first-day combined, according to The Los Angeles Times.

In the book, Ms Trump, a trained psychologist and the President's only niece, characterises Mr Trump as a narcissist, saying "he meets all nine criteria as outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders". "He is not going to get better and he is without question going to get worse".

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He then rounded on niece Mary Trump who he called a "mess" and claimed that his parents couldn't stand her while also accusing her of breaking the law. "I don't think that should surprise anybody given how virulently racist he is today". "Both happily and sadly, there will be more to come!" the President wrote, in conclusion.

'I am the ultimate member of The Book of the Month Club, ' Trump began Friday evening. She said that Trump has always been the way he is. "To start with I have lowlife dummy John Bolton, a war mongering fool, violating the law (he introduced substantial quantities of Categorised Info) and an NDA in purchase to develop terribly desired believability and make a few dollars, which will all close up likely to the govt in any case". "Many books are written, some great, some very bad".

She writes that her uncle is the result of "one of the world's most powerful and dysfunctional families" and was emotionally scarred by his "toxic" relationship with his father, the late developer Fred Trump.

"Growing up, it was sort of normal to hear them use the N-word or use anti-Semitic expressions", she reportedly said.

"I really loved (my grandmother) and believe that she loved me".

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